A beautiful 1970s Brunschwig et Fils sheeting chintz in iconic 1970s colors. From their documentary series that drew inspiration (and literal example) from houses, castles, and other historic places. Unfortunately I don’t have as much information on this specific piece as I do on most others. It is #67718 in the Brunschwig et Fils Archive.
A vertical stripe and floral design with strong Indienne floral elements, richly detailed. Perfect for your grandmillennial lifestyle. Also a superb choice to do pillow fronts for reproduction 18th or 19th century interior design.
SIZE: 51″ wide x 51″ long
COLORS: Deep golden mustard, milk and dark chocolate browns, sage and army greens, bronze, and butternut squash skin.
CONDITION: Excellent overall — there is one 1.5″ slash at the very top of the piece (see pic #7). It could either be patched or you still have 49″ of vertical length to work with.
“Good design is forever.” — Zelina Comegys Brunschwig.
MAKER: Brunschwig and Fils is a 19th century French firm noted for its rich textiles across home decor categories. Zelina Comegys Brunschwig married into the family and the firm contributing significantly to its design offerings as well as a commitment to workers, ongoing production during WWII here in its American location, and the preservation of history in material culture. Great NY Times article about her and the firm: https://www.nytimes.com/1981/09/12/obituaries/zelina-comegys-brunschwig-chairman-of-fabric-company.html